Sony Announces State Of Play, On The Same Day As Nintendo Direct

It’s a clash of the titans, and we’re all winners. Sony has announced a State of Play coming tomorrow Sept. 13, the same day as the Nintendo Direct. Sony will be airing their show at a different time however at 3PM PT, that’s 6PM ET, 11PM BST and 23:59 CEST (to keep it on the same calendar day). The stream will be approximately 20 minutes long, and feature 10 games for PlayStation 5, 4 and PS VR2. You can watch the stream either on YouTube or Twitch.

This State of Play will mainly be focusing on Sony’s Japanese partners ahead of Tokyo Game Show at the end of this week. Perhaps we can expect to see something of the long-awaited Final Fantasy 16, which releases next year. To get even more ambitious, there’s also the potential of something shown from Konami, like the rumored Silent Hill 2 remake.

Final Fantasy XVI
A Japan-focused event could give us a new look at Final Fantasy XVI.

The official blog post from Sony does clarify that the show will have “a few other surprises from developers all around the world”, so feel free to let your imagination go crazy. Just remember to keep your expectations in check to avoid disappointment!

That’s really all we can say for the event at the moment, but you can be sure we will be reporting on it as it happens. What do you hope to see at the State of Play tomorrow? Let us know in the comments below, and keep your eyes on GameLuster for more PlayStation news.

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